Tuesday, 28 January 2014
10:42:20 PM (GMT)
You know what is just so wrong?
Managers and coworkers that bully a new employee to the point that she rushes out of
the building at the end of her shift so she's not crying in front of anyone and goes
I wish I could educate people on social phobia and social anxiety disorders.
So many people are unaware that one little comment can lead to a person
second-guessing themselves and feeling like a total idiot.
The point of training a new employee is to make them better at the job.
No one should ever belittle a new person. Ever.
The fact that anyone has the nerve to harass and harp on a hard-worker just because
they mess up a few times is disgusting.
What is even more disgusting is that someone would actually dump all of their duties
on someone else and blame them every time something goes wrong.
This entry is a mess and I apologize.
I'm feeling a mix of emotions for my new job.
I want desperately to quit and find a new job, but unfortunately I need the little
bit of income.
I am frantically applying to anywhere that is hiring.
Everything I just stated here has happened to me in the 6 days that I have been at my
By now, I know what I am supposed to do. Yes, I make a few mistakes, but I'm not
Yet instead of kindly educating and correcting me when I do make a mistake, they have
to humiliate me in front of everyone else.
I'm not saying everyone is like this.
There are a few who are very kind and understanding.
However, if I end up leaving in tears once more, I may just quit altogether before I
get another position.
I've been working hard. I've been doing exactly what they tell me. And I get nothing
good from it.
At least I can smile in knowing that someday, I will be working at a school with my
degree and they will all be stuck at this shitty place.
I'm smarter than them. I'm better than them.
(Sorry about the jumbled thoughts. Good'day now.)
Last edited: 28 January 2014